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... if this is a short term issue with a quick "fix", then we hope to head back out on the road again. But we will see. Regardless, we are grateful for the month we’ve had on the road and are looking forward to returning when possible.
Planning is good, but being in the right place at the right time is better. We are believing for the best! Take care and we will post when we know what’s next.
Carol, Anita and of course, Colbie
... of the Grand Canyon's El Tovar Hotel, Charles Whittlesey. It is a beautiful example of the Arts and Craft style architecture with a rustic exterior of log-slab siding, volcanic stone arches and hand-split wooden shingles.
We went to see the movie "Spy" with Melissa McCarthy and Jude Law. It was pretty funny and would recommend it if you want a good laugh.
Next stop ... LAS VEGAS baby!!!
... the max. Sraddha thought I was obsessing so I called the tire guys who sold them to us two years ago in Beaver Utah (here is the blog post in our other blog from that day) and asked about this issue. We were informed that a slight difference would be within tolerances and to have the tire checked out which we will do when we take CharLi in for some routine maintenance in Sacramento in two weeks. This tire has been low for a while and I thought it was fixed when I took the ...
Did a few hikes to see some of the amazing scenery around here--Devil's Bridge, Cathedral Rock, and the Doe Mountain Trail, which had amazing views at the top. The pictures really don't capture how beautiful everything was here, especially since it was cloudy so the lighting wasn't that ...
... National Parks, including that of the Grand Canyon, and 17 National Monuments. It is an amazing concentration of natural beauty and a credit to the US that so much of it has been preserved. From our climb onto the east of the Plateau and visit to our first plateau park at Mesa Verde, we charted a wandering course north into central Utah then south and finally west to exit the Plateau near the Arizona-Nevada border. For Team Elephant it was two of the best weeks we have ...